The Embassy to Peru delivered 800 kilograms of food, which benefited more than 50 Venezuelan families under vulnerable conditions in the district of Lurin.
The support was provided by the European Migration and Refugee Program financed by the European Union and the German Cooperation Agency BMZ, implemented by GIZ in Peru and the NGO Veneactiva.
With the support of this third installment, the nationals benefited from basic necessities in the midst of the pandemic and the crisis. During the activity, Ambassador Carlos Scull assured that: “we are grateful for the support that the governments of the world are giving to the Venezuelan migration that has fled from a great complex humanitarian crisis.”
“From the legitimate Embassy we extend all possible links to help our fellow nationals in Lima and the provinces. We will continue to support and deliver in an coordinated manner with other institutions that seek to benefit the most needy,” he said.
The diplomat informed that: “we still have a long way to go to reach all the nationals who are very vulnerable, but little by little as a legitimate government we are doing what the regime has never done, which is to attend to the migrants in Peru”.